Updated: Apr 24
Friday 24th April 2020
Stay at home, stay safe and stay well. As the lockdown continues, we are proud to offer one-to-one online touch sessions with a selection of our practitioners. In these sessions, your practitioner can guide you through a series of self-massage techniques and breathing exercises that can help reduce anxiety and stress levels. Book your online touch session today for just £25. Find out more here.
Monday 23rd of March 2020
Nordic Cuddle has now made the decision to suspend all in-person bookings from Monday 23rd March, until further notice. We believe this is the responsible and necessary thing to do, following on from the latest advice around social distancing to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. In doing so, we are protecting both your health and the health of our practitioners.
While social distancing may feel difficult to get used too, we encourage everyone to adhere to the latest government and Public Health England advice in order to help protect wider society and particularly the elderly and vulnerable members, during this unprecedented global health crisis. By staying at home, you’re playing your part in helping to tackle this and we thank you for it.
Please check this page for any new developments. Wishing you all good health in the meantime.
Wednesday 18th of March 2020
On Monday, Boris Johnson said: “Now is the time for everyone to stop non-essential contact with others.” The social distancing measures he outlined are intended to help slow the rate of infection and reduce the potential death toll from the virus. Therefore we ask that: · You consider whether it’s essential to make a booking at this time · You avoid booking a session if you or anyone in your household feels unwell, even with minor symptoms · You follow all Public Health England hygiene advice should you feel 100% well and decide to proceed with a session We are asking our practitioners: · Not to attend sessions unless they and members of their household are feeling 100% well · To avoid using public transport, suspending bookings or shifting to private transport where possible to reduce the chances of infection · To adhere to all the information provided by Public Health England in regards to hygiene practices Please continue to take as many hygiene precautions as possible given the infectious nature of this virus, to protect yourselves and wider members of society. We will keep you updated as the situation develops.